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Good company, with great salary, and benefits, but slow growtn, and career advancement.

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Glendale, CA
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Glendale, CA

I have been working at Nestlé

Pros

Large, and stable company. Great benefits, and bonus package.

Cons

Low level of promotion, and career advancement

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Promote fairly

Doesn't Recommend
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    Former Employee - Data Analyst  in  Minnetonka, MN
    Former Employee - Data Analyst in Minnetonka, MN

    I worked at Nestlé

    Pros

    Benefits are excellent and PTO is given out freely. The employees that work there all say it is because of the other employees that they stay. Not because of the work or the pay.

    Cons

    Positions at Nestle are acheived by who you know and not by your work ethic.
    Most are over worked in their positions due to lack of good management.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Review management skills before hiring management personel. No more getting the job or promotion due to being on the who you know list.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Retail is not for everyone

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    Current Employee - Retail Sales Representative  in  San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - Retail Sales Representative in San Diego, CA

    I have been working at Nestlé

    Pros

    Large company, great benefits including car/gas/insurance provided as a Sales Rep. Should be opportunities to move up in company if desired, will depend also on willingness to relocate.

    Cons

    Personally I don't enjoy working in retail. You are in stores, and it is dirty. It is a blue collar job, and although you may move into a Business Analyst position, you must work for at least a year or two before being promoted.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's not clear to me why you must be a Sales Rep before being able to move into a Business Analyst position, or moving further with the company. In my case, and in the case of many others, it will put you off the job entirely, and the company may lose very valuable and capable people who have greater potential than a sales internship allows for you to showcase.

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